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Proposed MPs’ Pay Rise

“I vehemently believe now is not the right time for MPs to be receiving a pay rise. IPSA should be blocked from attempting to give MPs this increase in pay.”

Rachel welcomes largest military investment in 30 years

Today (November 19th), Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a £16.5 billion increase in defence spending over the next four years. This increase in the Ministry of Defence’s budget over the next four years is the amount over and above the manifesto commitment.

Rachel hails PM’s game changing 10-point Green Industrial Revolution Plan

Covering clean energy, transport, nature and innovative technologies, the Prime Minister’s blueprint will allow the UK to forge ahead with eradicating its contribution to climate change by 2050.

Response to the rising coronavirus infection rate in Redditch

“Redditch continues to have the highest infection rate in Worcestershire, and this is cause for concern. With a rate of 344 per 100,000 people – that’s significantly higher than the England average of 243.”

£2 million for Worcestershire councils to deliver Green Homes Grant improvements

The Green Homes Grant scheme also includes a local council delivery element to focus on owner occupiers and those in the private and social rented sector, with a household income of under £30,000.

Rachel seeks Redditch nominations for Community Pub Hero Awards

PubAid and the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group are on the look out to find Community Pub Heroes to recognise licensees and teams who went the extra mile to help their communities through the pandemic. 

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Rachel Maclean MP

Rachel Maclean MP

Member of Parliament for Redditch

About Rachel

A Midlands girl, Rachel went to the local comprehensive school and is a working Mum with four grown up children and two rescue dogs, Phoebe & Herbie. She has spent most of her life in the Solihull and Birmingham area. As promised at the General Election in 2017, Rachel, her family, Phoebe & Herbie the dogs have now moved to the constituency.

Rachel has a background in business, after she married her husband David, they set up a Birmingham based publishing company, specialising in IT and software content. Over the years she faced the challenges and setbacks that many small business owners experience, but the business eventually flourished and now employs people from all over the Midlands area including Redditch people, as well as having an international presence.

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